I offer individual, couple and family psychotherapy to people of all ages, genders, sexualities, cultural backgrounds and other markers of difference. I have a flexible approach to therapy, as aligned with the systemic and relational approaches I was trained in. Frequency of the therapy session ranges from weekly to bi-weekly or in some cases less frequent sessions and consultations, depending on the presenting difficulties.

My aim is to offer you (and your family members) a safe and confidential space, where you can explore the meaning of past and present experiences, re-connect with hope and your strengths and bring about change so you can live more fully and develop more fulfilling relationships.

Some of the issues I have experience working therapeutically:

  • Relationship, family and couple difficulties.
  • Life cycle transitions, including births, loss and death, separation.
  • Eating Disorders, including anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa or seeking meaning in life after recovering from an eating disorder.
  • Gender identity development, including trans identities, gender dysphoria or people who discontinue with their gender identity and / or transition.
  • Neurodevelopmental difficulties such as ASD.
  • Intense and difficult feelings, such as sadness, anger, depression, anxiety.
  • Self-harm.
  • Sexuality / sexual identity and difficulties with family or social circles.
  • Experiences of discrimination and bullying.
  • Migration.
  • Couples where one or more partners have received an HIV diagnosis.

My therapeutic approach is based on systemic and family therapy theories, whilst psychodynamic ideas are integrated when relevant. I am also trained in Attachment-Based Family Therapy, which is the only empirically supported family therapy intervention for treating adolescent depression.

I charge on a sliding scale depending on the format of the session and location. I offer lower fee sessions to young people up to the age of 20 who are studying and are self-funded. Sessions are offered both in London and in Athens and I practise in English, Greek and German.

I have a strong commitment to ethics and diversity, which form the basis of my therapeutic approach and I am cautious about mental health diagnoses; I adhere at all times to the AFT and UKCP code of ethics. I pay particular attention to each person’s and family’s difference and how these connect with some of the challenges they face.